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James Kachmar

James Kachmar James Kachmar is a shareholder at Weintraub Tobin and a member of the firm’s Trade Secret & Employee Mobility and Labor & Employment groups. James has successfully tried cases involving trade secret misappropriation and unfair competition to favorable jury verdicts as both plaintiff’s and defense counsel. James also counsels companies and individuals on how to avoid or minimize liability for trade secret misappropriation claims and how to respond to claims of trade secret misappropriation and unfair competition.

Alden J. Parker

Alden J. Parker Alden J. Parker is a shareholder at Weintraub Tobin and an attorney in the firm’s Trade Secret and Employee Raiding practice group. He regularly counsels businesses in how to protect against trade secret misuse and on how to reduce exposure to breach of duty, trade secret misappropriation, unfair competition and related claims when hiring a competitor’s employees. Alden also has experience in defending employment based trade secret, unfair competition and breach of duty in industries such as insurance, radio/TV talent, sales, and healthcare.

Scott Plamondon

Scott Plamondon Scott Plamondon is Of Counsel at Weintraub Tobin and an attorney in the firm’s Trade Secret and Employee Raiding practice group. Scott has successfully defended and prosecuted multiple employment-based trade secret, breach of duty and unfair competition cases. Scott regularly counsels business clients in how to protect against employee raiding and trade secret misuse, and how to mitigate exposure to breach of duty, trade secret misappropriation, and unfair competition related claims.

Charles L. Post

Charles L. PostCharles L. Post is a Weintraub Tobin shareholder and a lead attorney in the firm’s Trade Secret and Employee Raiding practice group. He has extensive experience in both defending and prosecuting employment based trade secret, breach of duty and unfair competition in a number of industries including banking, manufacturing, title company competition, advertising. He has obtained (and defeated claims for) injunctive relief in these cases, and successfully defended these cases at trial. He regularly counsels businesses in how to protect against employee raiding and trade secret misuse and regularly advises businesses that are hiring a competitor’s employees how to reduce exposure to breach of duty, trade secret misappropriation, unfair competition and related claims.